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Old 09-26-2007, 09:29 AM   #1
Registered: Jan 2007
Location: Athlone, ROI
Distribution: Ubuntu Hardy Desktop, Solaris 10, Workstation 2008 x64
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Question Multiple Internet Access Interface Managment:Debian Based

Ok, heres the deal. I have a system set up as the router for my cable internet connection and i am also in range of my univeristies secured wireless network (needed to access internal pages, aswell as regular internet access) and basically im wondering if there is any easy way to:
a:"merge" both connections, as in, both connections used simultaneously to share internet bandwidth (im using iptables firewall and squid proxy serving the rest of my internal network)
b:Set applications to use one connection or the other, eg, firefox goes to the internal wireless network while bittorrent stays on the cable.

Any help with this would be great.


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